My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost 3 years and, well, we always lived far from each other and only saw each other on weekends. He showed all kinds of affection and seemed glad to see me, and recently he moved to the county were I live and ever since then he's been putting different priorities  before me. Things such as "Myspace" and friends that he may have known only for about a week, and blames me for taking up his time, and that he needs his alone time. When we may have seen each other for three days at the most. Then he blames his little outbursts on me, when I'm just maybe sitting on the bed minding my own business. I also notice that he talks bad about me to his friends and only tell them his side and gotten them to hate me... or dislike me. One even went as far as to call me a Fake f**king B***h. When she's never met me.  Also, he has been telling this girl that he loves her, but in a way that I'm not sure how to take it.  He'll say "love ya" and I don't know if hes still happy and satisfied with me, or I can even save our relationship . . . or if i should . . .or not.

---------------Miss Emily's advice-------------

Because you had distance between you and him, and dated only on weekends, this new change (his living in your county) has altered your relationship and, it appears, has cramped his need for freedom -- the freedom he had when you lived apart.  I know, you are thinking, "If he really cared about me, he would treat me with respect and not make me feel like last night's dinner still sitting on the sink."  And you would be right. I think once you start to feel like you're being a pest (which is degrading), it's time to reevaluate your commitment to him.  Perhaps it's time to take a break and let him have the freedom he seems to want, but doesn't have to courage to tell you. Always walk away with your head held high.  Refuse to be treated with disrespect, and decide what you can and cannot accept in this relationship.  He may not have the guts to spell out what he wants, but you can.  If he isn't on board, it's time to go your separate ways -- at least for now.